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The following people have taken the time to become page editors at piclist.com and regularly update those pages to keep them current and informative:
The following people have made donations to the piclist
2001: A Raid array and additional RAM was added to the server. Nik's $470 was retained for the next year and applied to the new server.
2002: Total of about $800 donated and a new server was purchased and installed for the piclist.com site.
2003: Total of about $300 donated
2004: Total of $645.55 donated.
2005 and on: see below: